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uimes to Represent Characters of
ancient Mythology?Edith Wynne
Matthison to Summon Gods
and Goddesses to Revel.
e -he Venetian
r under the .,
rill go toe
? I sculptors
? ; Sev?
' for tickt:
er of these
i to ap
ere will be an in?
Ram ? ?
;vpt. Hindustan and
I i i ith of
g to 1 1- gen died to
el re them will be
? - .
? a; or Aurora t
S. Chanler, Mrs.
.???ill appear as Pal
ompany of warriors,
reesc. Lewis Stuyve
U be Mrs. Rob
'?". Oeir.chs and
e.i, Miss Heien
c 1. jr.
Ml - Albertina Ra6ch
., Goddess of Night, and
maiden, will be Miss
'?d Cram, Mr McGuckin, Mies
. ala Beyer, Miss
i ne Manville, Miss Spalding and Miss
Polly Platt. Among others in this part of the
pageant will be Mrs. Hinman Bird (Ousha),
Jasper Bayne, Mrs.
h, Mis? I'
et La large, Miss
mdon Thorne, Irving
C, Hollister, Ira
I Albert Sterner,
?lerter, Elery James,
: Civilise Alex
nder the leadership
.11 provide music for
? m the ca
?lis. Josef Str?n?
de, it Weiler, Mar
Carol I ad.), Edith Wynne
man, C. Grant La
?c. John 1). :
ic, Dunbar A
man, . 'elchanty.
len L. .' ?'. s Barbara
. Chailes Krech,
.is. Mour.tfort Mills,
-'. iCdward Sperry und
g taken in
es of the Egyptian,
Or? ill be kept on
view at Me llerier 1 : Avenue
.?id Seven.'rth Street, all weak. Ths colic?
t on will be open to the j g f from
? m. to '? p m. and Mi i Inring Colson will
he on hand every afternoon lrom 4 to 0 to
? ivc expei ? advice an ?na.
Lie rd 1 the bsll
?cieated in the production 1 I
Oscar Wilde's "An Ideal Husband,"1 to be
given in thi ballroom of the Waldorf-Astoria
on ths afternoon su Msrch 4 by
? ? is in
charge o! tl New York. Among
C. A.u him " ? G
Walter B. James, Mrs. Oliver G. Jenninga,
Mrs. Walter B. Jen- Alvin W. Krech
and Mrs. Moses Taylor.
Alumna? of Vassar College, in an effort to
do their part toward 1 -
niglr vu. The performance will be
Avenue, as ch ? littee. Al?
ready she has
tiont, as well.
Among the patronesses are Dr Katharine
?shall. Mis. Cleveland H. Dodge,
n 1 St.
. Mnnan Bush,
lerer, Ann 1 Jcan
1 , :.rown
for its f? ? --sday,
. . Tuesday. y 15. The
ge was mat >unt of Mme
lientos, of the Metropolitan Onera House,
?s to make hi ? on the
art ?'.age that evening, being unable to
.te origina:.v set. Hugh Allen
1 of Walter
? t>SS will be the
v the concert, and t
will be served in the Louis XVI Boom. Tables
for supper may be reserved by applying to
the chairman of arrangements, Mrs. Samuel
Gardner Estabrook, 29O Sterl:-.. Brook
Among the new member?, who recently have
been received in the society George
J. Hoffman, Miss Anne Hoffman, Mrs. K
nnc A. Ma;tin, | resident of Athene; Mrs.
I teler, Miss Clare Pi
h a.Hey, Mrs. Danucl P. Kite hoe.
Patlidgc and Mrs. M. Nau,.
The New Yorkers will hold the next dance
at the Hotel Aatoi on Friday evening. Mrs.
M Wolly, the chairman, who is arranging the
danc? .iy afternoon for the
committee at her home.
Among those- present were Mrs. George P.
larke, Mrs. William Wheeler Brash, Mrs
G. Cook. Mrs Cor.. Owen
Earhart, Mrs. Edward Frittx, Mrs. K. G.
Dickinson, Mrs. L. I). Post, Mrs. William E
Wilkinson, Mrs. Henry H. ku.?-sell, Mrs. 1.
K. Davis, .Miss Salue Crabtrce, Miss P. Lugar,
Mrs. Rus- Mrs. ] atanor Walker,
Miss C. G. Bansford, Mrs. Augl t Kost, jr.,
Mrs. Alexander Jackson.
The Cercle d'Amis will give the second oi
the new >t-*u . of dances Frida]
ruary 11, in the Empire Koom of the Waldorf
Mai. The Mis?es Semi.le announce
sffail will .. Travestie." Fancy
B . *. be obligatory.
A concert and dance for the benefit
l?ltling and endowment . . . the New
York Med. ge and Hospital for Worn
the Hotel M dpin on the
evening of Febnisxy 17. Henry Stei^ner.
who-- . Aiglon was spc
rah Bernhardt during her last
to this country, will read the play in a
?atcd form, and the Stanley
Quartet will give the second part of the pro?
The patronesses are Mrs. Walter Gray
Crump. Mi j Hedg?ra Crowall, Mrs. John H.
. Grsnl Brown, Miss Florence Guern
t-ey, Mrs C. O. Harrison ?
Mrs. Will.am L. lira '.
ley, Mrs A. K illiam Tod
Robini on, Mrs
a B. How? ...it _.?au .ilcc.'.,
Above?Misa Orovllle Wooater*
??, / 'nd, rt. , ? i ! Studio)
Below?M la* Prise i I la A ?den G riffln.
(?'hoto, i cii;,/.'?, Il ,l '
Mrs. Lewis O'Brian, Mr?. Clayton Rockhill,
Mrs. S. Olin Stephens, Mrs. Alfred Canfield
Page, Mrs. Charles F. Lemhke, Mrs. Edwin
n. lira. John Hudson Storer, Mis. John
MUdeberger arid Dr. Lucy Osborne Wight.
The annual ladies' night of the Canadian
Club (John l.mery McLean, president) will
be held at the Hotel Biltmore on Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock.
The speaker of the evening will be Surgeon
General G. Sterling Ryerson, president and
founder of the Canadian Red Cross.
Miss Kathleen Parlow, the noted Canadian
violinist, will be the guest of honor, and a
musical entertainment by well known Canadian
artists will form the 6econd part of the pro?
gramme. Dancing will follow.
Thomai D Neelanda, chairman of the en
tertainmei I tee, is m iharge of the
The New Yorkers (Mr.. Henry Russell,
president) will give a Valentine luncheon and
card party nt the Hotel Gregorian, 42 W< it
Thirty-fifth Street, Monday. February 14.
Luncheon will be served at 12:30, followed
by card, at 1 p m. Tickets can be obtained
from the follow - rs of the committee:
Mrs. Henry Wheeler Brash, Mrs. H. D. Cook.
Mrs. August Kost, jr., and Miss Eleanor
The next of the midwinter dances, given by
.*.'r Austin P, Hancock on Friday at the
Hotel Ansonia, will be a Colonial dance. The
patronesses will receive in Colonial costume
on a C< l.mial porch designed for the evening.
One of the features of the evening will be
the minuet, danced by M:?.?-., s Mildred Baird,
Charlotte Playford. Dorothy Scudder, Frances
Foster, Margaret Mo,,, Evelyn Duke, Rosalyn
Wilson, Julia May Hsncock and the Messrs.
Lyle K iy, K : ert Harris, Henry Maure!, Har
ley Nash, Delafield AlcOtt, Weseley Alcott
Glove Knowlson and John Wilson.
The second dinner dance of the Four Danc?
ing Club v en on Saturday, February
19, in tl e gra: :i ol the Hotel Ma?
jestic.t) irai - 4,ani/ed several years
ago by Mrs. Duncan M; Martin, Mrs Adsle
Barry Wright, Mr. and Mrs. James Kitchey.
Mr. and Mrs Cecil Giaharn, Ashbrook Frank
and Charles B. Kemp.
At the forthcoming dance I -aies
will include. Mr? Prank !'. t u tenter, Mrs
Charles B. Flynn, Mia. Charles H. Hyde, Mrs.
Parker D. Lawrence an i Mis. W H M i:shall.
An entertainment for the benefit ol the Im?
mediate Aid Society will be given at Castles
in the Air on the afternoon of February 12
Ice skating, dSACing and carda will be the
forms of smusement A feature ot the after?
noon will be exhibition ice skating by the
celebrated Ice Skating Ballet of the C istles
in the Air. Mrs. Imogene King, of 117 West
115th Street, is the general manager of the
society and Miss Qeorgis Lee Dozier, of 27
East Forty-fifth Street, la sr retsry ? I I treas?
urer, from whom tickets can :ed.
Some of the patronesses are 1 .liam
Cumming Story, J. Hedges Crowcll, A. M.
Falmer, Thoma? Slack, James A .Allen,
Chirles Goldsborough, A. M. Dickson, E. S.
Mertv, Charles D Hirst, Henry Russell, John
O'Leary, Elizabeth Ashley, Roue de Boyer.
Carl Cronmcycr, Henry Kennedy, Ge< rge F.
B t-- 'i .. John Francis Yawger and ti.e Misses
Florence Guernsey, Mary and Sara'*: Dolon
and Nellie Evans.
The College of New Rochelle will present
at the I lass if Jtel on Saturday. February 12,
"The 1 emptst." The Packet Institute, of
Brooklyn, will produce the same ; lay later
in the month, and the entire cast will .ittend
the performance at the PI 1
Many of the cast from Va: sar College which
is to produce "The Tempest" lau*, will
also be present. The cast will be: Alonzo,
Helen Zaremba; Sebastian. Ju!:a Smith; An?
tonio, Gertrude Sullivan; Francisco, Helen
Carey; Adrian, Geitruie Flemming; Gonzalo,
Hester Mooney. Ferdinand, Clare Sheehan;
master of ship, Mai y Clsrey; Caliban, Maria
Cendoya; Ariel, Anne Hamilt ' .1.1:1 ,
Ann Hynes; Frospcro. Mi?
randa. Helena Cuddihy; Ju:io. Charlotte Mulli?
gan; Iris, Kathryn Codes, aiid Cere . Rosalie
erra Resorte Approaching height
o? Their Season?Wc ^?ng's
and Engage?;ir . .
Mr [ol n Ast
M ry Hoyt Wiborg, Mrs. Sidney Pith, Mit
I Whit Cushini
| Leroy Edgsr, Mrs.
,.', Mli s
'/ King Will
(. , at the Century Thca
Herbert is the head.
Beton will -peak on "Chil
? at the Plass IP.?el, on
?I under the
irriman and Gen
r i Nel
?Cet ledrura for
rcet, will be
? iry 14.
? retary; Mrs.
Mrs. G Her
Auxiliary No. -!' I ' Sanatorium,
it the Rite
rt farce, en
c auxiliary, and
? ing. On
ttee are Mrs. Harold Otis,
, ? ? lice 1 ?
A Men Weir and 1
rliss Helen 1
I e Haven ?
J. Al len Weir, '
Tick' tained from
ry, 142 East
eek of the
Iroville Wooster, daugh?
1er L. Rich, Oscar L.
r i, s niece
of Mrs. C. A ?ousin of
M. .?/. Mr. Ri hard is ? ,;? i
ate of I ton, cl a member of
tiie Calumet, Princeton and other clubs.
Another - ently innounced is
that ? Alden Gritftn, daughter
?.c . i-.my.
I Mrs. .? et, of 214 We-t
Ninety-second Street, announce the engage?
ment of their dai. [ele Grenet, to
William Milis Stevenson. .Miss Grenet is a
gran.!!,? I Honore Grenet, of
Ban Antonio, Tex. Mr. Stevenson is a son
of Mr. | iVilliam W. Stevenson, of 14
th Avenue. The wedding will take place
at the St Regie in the e.-riy spring.
Atlantic City Peb -.?Secretary of War
Garrison and Mrs. Garrison returned to the
Marlborough-Blenheim this week and were
among the Boardv/alk patrons of rolling
chairs. Charles M. Schwab and Mrs. Schwab
came to the Traymore by automobile for a
few days o? golt'.ng. Charle, P. Murphy and
Mrs. Murphy made their .it visit of the vear
and arc at the Marlborough-Blenheim. Wal?
ter Camp, accompanied by Mrs. Camp and
Mms Camp, ?pent the week end at the Dennis.
Mr. and Mr?. W. P. Harding, of New York,
entertained L. L. Alexander, of Berlin.
Dancing may wane in popularity elsewhere,
but it continues I , -, place in the van?
guard of Atlant' ?ore Rather
than being on the decrease, it is so popular
as to overtax present The Tray?
more, which reopened it 'marine
Gr; while af -.? rig the
rush to an extent that has made necessary
alterations to the Peacock Room, adjoining
ne, which, when completed, will
ilditional dancing space.
I among the guests at the Tray?
more are Mme. Gadski and her daughter and
Dr. Dorothy Smyley. of London, who has re?
cently been doing work along the
Western battle front and who expects soon
to return to that work.
Quebec, Canada, Peb. (.?Quebec', best win?
ter sport mouth, February, came in glorious?
ly with a soft, flaky snowstorm, which gave
way to clear, warm sunshine and left the air
keen and invigorating. The long Indian
toboggan slide on Dufferin Terrace and the
open air skating rink just outside the windows
ot the Chateau Frontenac are gay with merry
ers both afternoon and evening, and at
night the Empire Room of th. Chateau is
tilled with dan
Lillian Martin and her 6on I
t the .;0.
tel Gotham. Among New Yorker, ,t t.ie
r " Niemann
I Pope, M
James Wall Finn, Mr, and Ifrs, Henry H.
? Q .
I.*, .-rey snd G'
'?'?? ? -_Mr, a .
mtenaJaad m '..
' " ' ' : - ?-J'y"
i ; . ?
Mr. Chapman ? ?/,...
scum of Natural History of New ?
Henry Irons, of N , ru.^
Mea i '
A. I) '
Peten York, tax] Lsaj
Ar ?;,_ ay
st the Ormond era " ? ilf .Blis* *je/?_
den Warren, - y
rVilliam J. 1
" ? - M.n Dana
W. A. A - . -
Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Phillips, Mrs Kr
Irons, Miss Helen . Mi ,.-..* yr, i
A. Tyson. -
A. .en, S. C . Pel - w? ?-..
f opened I M the Pa,- -
? Ma a-*
next a will be given every day Jty
Celr* ted S8 hostess. Mrs '
Oliver Iselin vas ? ?stas
and Mrs. SI entertain?.
irg, Mils E:.r,
Lsdenl irg, Mrs. Joseph S. Steveas, Di ,?
Mrs Alexander Bid
die, ?Mr. and Mrs. Jotiah C. Thaw. Mr |
Mrs Henry W. de Forrest Mrs Th
Hitchcock, Wiliiam K. . ? Frei?
O. Beach. Mr. snd
Mr. snd Mrs. Lawrence ''--, lOsfCl
ley, Mr. snd Mrs. Olivei
Mallery, Garric M ' and Mrs Hi?
Fi M intagne, "' ! rtrude ari lass
de Coppet, Mr. and Mrs. Oakleigh 1)
E W Jewett Reginald Brocks, Err.es*
am Car*.' '.'.' ? - ['. |_j
M Mid Mrs. Paul i.ng Foi I
'. ham Pa'
amon^ those st I tea.
White Sulphtrr Springs. W. Va., M
Mr. , I M. Bl ?vn, who z:
last week from East Farm, Stony Broc-:.
. e Green..
a new C ? ? I
M - Rufus L. Patterson snd her ?on. las
land Patterson, of New York, <>re i" I
Grec N A Is
... | | UN
>tt Lawrence a:: : thi* ?a.
ter. Miss Katharine B. Lawrence, aft Si 1
Greenbriei ? Ms
5 -The char.? ?
poudie given si the Laurel !lou?i ' I
? of the season
. nable people. Lakewoc
en acted as patro::r
bers of the younger set aated as \ilsatSS
The patrcncs??es were Mrs, Lewis I -'
we::, chuman; M ? ; *f"
Charles E. Brugler. .". IT Ljl
Shepherd Knapp de
?Mrs. Charles L. 1
McCluxe, Mrs. F?ele:..-: A- i
es Lathrop F H. O. V?'1-'
Frank L. 1 '?'?' '?'?
J. C. Ha? - :- H;'V
P W D wnei Mrs. 1
C A. Bye. Ml
Henry S. Kearnv. Mr C. B S hasta "
Samuel T. Skidmore M ???? A* Cor'''
M;ss Bainl ri Ige, '?' -? Dsstaa. _
Misses Ferris, M te ?lewer. a*
Louise Hately M * *?"?'' "
Ashcville, N. C, Feb ?v?Dai af *? '
the "place de resist?
mes and A ociety for c*/eniagasaw
ment. Every S jhtaeesai
st Crovs are ?? to*m
I . ifternooass
coming more and more
:?. ne Kii
of New York, entertain
prec? . r of I
Kees, ot A
and E. I. :
guests Miaa Dorol ***t*\ ?'
Fark Inn in honor of 1
Masssachttsetts, who i ipencling '*
" An Asl.e' ? *
can Relief '"' . a
week, with Mis Oc I .,e W- VaaiaW-"
Aiken. s. C . Fe ? -Ths 9** i*JJ^
open on Sa- i tV*',rr?,"v. at
the Last, comp I I : ?*???? _?*
ot Pittaburgl ... ? eV?sst, ? \ t
burgh. , ,-r..*
e. of New .or* ^ ,
.tened hia boos* r ^
leorge von 1 Meye. ot Hsaultos
arrive " ^"^,^1 ??
! Howe. .'! -*** '^
hers and installed in ?BClS I??1